Kent State's College of Business Administration Names Director of Career Services Office
By: Kent State College of Business Administration
In addition to leading the College's dedicated Career Services Office and its staff, Nunn will be responsible for overseeing the Employer Advisory Council, the Career Outcomes Survey and organizing the annual Spirit of Women in Business Conference.
"Erin brings solid experience and expertise to the leadership of the College of Business Administration's Career Service Office," said Cathy Dubois, Ph.D., associate dean for administration. "Her passion for career education and student professionalism will further drive innovation and expansion of career services for our business students. We warmly welcome her to the college."
Nunn previously served as assistant director for experiential learning at Case Western Reserve University. In her role at Case, Nunn generated leads on target employers, conducted outreach to engage new opportunities for students, managed employer accounts and created and implemented an Experiential Learning Strategic Plan, which included creating and leading a campus-wide committee. She also previously held career service positions at Lake Erie College and Ohio University.
Nunn earned a Master of Education degree in college student personnel from Ohio University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Ashland University. She is entering the last year of her three-year presidency term of the Ohio College Personnel Association, overseeing a board of more than 20 volunteer practitioners, faculty and sub-committees. She received a Women in Leadership certificate (WSOM executive education) in 2015.
"There is so much momentum happening in the College of Business Administration and it was attractive to join a team during a time of growth and new initiatives,"
Kent State University's College of Business Administration is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) and one of the largest colleges of business in Ohio. The College has more than 4,300 students representing 50 countries with over 106 full-time faculty from 16 countries.
The college grants undergraduate and graduate degrees, and is one of only three public business colleges in Ohio with a comprehensive Ph.D. program. The MBA program is offered with nine concentrations and five dual degree options. The Executive MBA program offer two tracks: one targeting corporate professionals and the other healthcare executives. The M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Business Analytics and M.A. in Economics are specialized master's degrees for those seeking advanced study in these disciplines. The college boasts nine undergraduate majors, 12 minors and a Professional Sales Certificate program.
The college is listed as a Best Business School by Princeton Review, ranked as a Best Business College by U.S. News and World Report, one of only 23 accounting programs worldwide to be endorsed by the IMA (Institute of Management Accountants)
The college boasts an onsite Career Services Office and International Programs Office dedicated to business students, and operates the Global Management Center, the Center for Information Systems and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation all propelling scholarly research, establishing innovative industry partnerships and providing outreach to Northeast Ohio and beyond.
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